Fresh, with delightful directions, honeyfreckle’s single ‘love me not’ is tinged with the pastel 80’s radio pop but ticks with the underlying grayer streak which makes it contentious and engaging; all while airy and aromatic.
“I started to think about the “he loves me, he loves me not” imagery. There is something interesting about imagining love being a rigged game. It can lure you into false security, when in reality, it is really easy to mess with the outcome.”
The new wrapping is off of the fresh-face of honeyfreckle, a Sweden based artist, who offers you to bring your glitter and dance the night away.
Sanna, a 24 year old artist, grew up in a small village in the south of Sweden. She’d grown up with music as a staple for her life, where songwriting continues to give her a chance to express herself, the way she’d always desired.
Heartfelt lyrics and electronic elements are melted together to create a personal expression. The collaboration with the producer (and brother) Hampus gives the songs a colorful vibe, where they weave inspirations from artists and bands such as NIMMO, Alphabeat, Carly Rae Jepsen, CHVRCHES and M83.
Said Sanna: “If I have the opportunity to work with my brother, I will. People always ask me if it’s difficult and if it leads to fights, but it doesn’t. I love working with Hampus. He’s a real magician when it comes to production. I have such a talented brother, and he never stops surprising me.”
We think this is a formidable presence. Look for more from this project.